twin fiddler’s forty comments

  • If anyone watched the opening ceremonies of the Vancouver Olympics then you would have seen this tune being played by some of the finest fiddlers in Canada. You can probably youtube it if you missed it, I think the segment was called 'Rythyms of the Fall... more…

  • I have updated the edits you have listed above.... I knew that some of them were labeled wrong, but I didn't know what the correct tune names were, so thank you for that. more…

  • Comments from the CD Booklet

    When Here Meets There is an exciting new collaboration between two young Canadian fiddlers at the top of their game. Shane Cook of Dorchester, Ontario is one of Canada’s most highly awarded old-time fiddlers: 3-time Canadian Open Fiddle champion, 3-ti... more…

  • Castle Hornpipe

    The Castle on here links to the Kesh Jig..... but it is actually the Castle hornpipe. more…

  • Excellent recording, nice mix of Cape Breton and Acadian styles. more…

  • From his website: raised in Toronto, started out with classical violin at 4, and started taking lessons with Sandy MacIntyre at age 10. Family moved to Cape Breton and he started lessons with Allie Bennett and has now performed all over the island. Nowa... more…

  • Re: Cape Breton Fiddle music

    Check out the Cape Breton fiddle recording index, http://www.cbfiddle.com/rx/index.html. It currently contains 143 recordings and 2951 distinct tunes! more…

  • Re: Irish music in Glasgow August 2007

    I was just going to ask this same question. I am also tagging along with a pipe band to the World Championships (Rob Roy out of Kingston, Ontario) and I was looking for some good sessions. We are staying at Strathclyde University, so ideally something s... more…

  • Re: Thoughts and prayers for Jerry Holland Cape Breton Fiddler

    Great tune by Jerry on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E4OIjzkjotA more…

  • Recorded at the Tap Inn, Birnam, Scotland. Featuring Troy MacGillivray, Fin Moore, and Luke Plumb. more…